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Be Honest Are You Rejecting Yourself

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Special Interview with AGWV cohost K Stefani Booker and special interview with Debbie Simmons

Some of the common symptoms of rejection include:

  • Rebellion in both children and adults
  • Fabricated personalities (being somebody you aren't, in order to be accepted)
  • The tendency to reject others, so that you aren't the first one to be rejected
  • A tendency to always wonder if a person rejects or accepts you
  • The need to fit in or be accepted by others and be a part of everything
  • Self-pity where a person feels bad for themselves being all alone
  • Inability to be corrected or receive constructive criticism
  • Rejection creates an environment where you are starved for love or just don't fit in
  • A tendency to blame God ("Why did He give me this big nose? Why did God make me so short?")
  • A sense of pride that says, "How dare they reject me!"
  • Opinionated personality and the need to be right about things
  • Feelings of worthlessness, insecurity, or hopelessness
  • Seeking a parent's approval is a sign that your basing your identity upon what they think of you
  • Envy, jealousy, and even hate can be rooted in rejection
  • Fear of confrontation (because your identity is based upon what they think of you)

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